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Gilligan, B. & Kunz, J. WP103 VDC Use in 2007: Significant Use, Dramatic Growth, and Apparent Business Opportunity. (2007). at <http://purl.stanford.edu/wh272jm7913>
Mourgues, C. & Fischer, M. A Work Instruction Template For Cast-In-Place Concrete Construction Laborers. (2008). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/md598sr4290>
Tayag, M. et al. Wage Theft in Low-Wage Industries: Mixed Methods Research in Silicon Valley. (2021). doi:https://doi.org/10.25740/pg244jm9653
Thomsen, J., Levitt, R. E. & Nass, C. I. The Virtual Team Alliance (VTA): Extending Galbraith's Information-processing Model to Account for Goal Incongruency. (1999). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/px733fw8808>
Thomsen, J., Fischer, M. & Levitt, R. E. The Virtual Team Alliance (VTA): An Extended Theory of Coordination in Concurrent Product Development Projects. (1998). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/bj464ph2751>
Christiansen, T. & Levitt, R. E. The Virtual Design Team: Using Simulation of Information Processing to Predict the Performance of Project Teams. (1992). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/dm497wx7499>
Levitt, R. E., Cohen, G. P., Kunz, J. & Nass, C. I. The "Virtual Design Team": Using Computers to Model Information Processing and Communication in Organizations. (1992). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/sf783yf1155>
Jin, Y., Levitt, R. E. & Christiansen, T. The Virtual Design Team: A Computer Simulation Framework for Studying Organizational Aspects of Concurrent Design. (1993). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/nr267cv2120>
Levitt, R. E. et al. The Virtual Design Team: A Computational Simulation Model of Project Organizations. (1994). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/zv021dk0355>
Kunz, J. & Fischer, M. Virtual Design and Construction: Themes, Case Studies and Implementation Suggestions. (2012). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/gg301vb3551>
H. Howard, C. et al. Version, Configurations and Constraints in CEDB. (1994). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/rk902dw4219>
Kam, C., Senaratna, D., McKinney, B., Xiao, Y. & Song, M. The VDC Scorecard: Formulation and Validation. (2016). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/xd249sp3509>
Kam, C., Senaratna, D., Xiao, Y. & McKinney, B. The VDC Scorecard: Evaluation of AEC Projects and Industry Trends. (2013). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/st437wr3978>
Castillo, R. & Chung, N. Chi. The Value of Sustainability. (2004). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/ny111sn1380>
Burton, R. M. & Obel, B. The Validity of Simulation Models in Organizational Science: From Model Realism to Purpose. (1994). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/rg890yf3913>
C. Tatum, B. Using CAE to Improve Construction Planning, Operations and Quality. (1990). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/xz338zv8037>
Clegg, B. & Turner, M. Understanding Enterprise Behaviour: A Feasibility Study. (2002). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/sj319dx3741>
Zolin, R. R. E. Levitt, Hinds, P. J., Fruchter, R. & Levitt, R. E. Trust in Cross-Functional, Global Teams. (2002). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/yv901nm2683>
Zolin, R. & Hinds, P. J. Trust in Context: The Development of Interpersonal Trust in Geographically Distributed Work Teams. (2002). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/hf567yd2814>
Nissen, M. & Levitt, R. E. Toward Simulation Models of Knowledge-Intensive Work Processes. (2002). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/wt972tk7354>
Teicholz, P. Technology Trends and their Impact in the A/E/C Industry. (1989). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/gz349nn5891>
Peterson, F. A Study of Input and Output Field Quantification in Heavy Civil Construction. (2015). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/tc251vf6444>
Berard, O. & Fischer, M. A Study of Handling Design Information in Construction Companies. (2011). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/fn366by5583>
Luiten, G. T. & Fischer, M. SPACE CAKE: System for Project Management in Civil Engineering using Computer-Aided Knowledge Engineering. (1995). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/ty031zg0238>
Genesereth, M. R. & Ketchpel, S. P. Software Agents. (1994). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/vw005hk4754>

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